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Makah museum at Neah Bay celebrates 30 years of culture
The Makah Cultural and Research Center is 30 years old...
Story, photos: Oneida Tribe of Indians opens new Veterans of Foreign Wars post
At 11:11 a.m...
Man's children show pride in once-hidden background
As a youngster, John Norwood was so conditioned to hide his American Indian heritage that he lost touch with his tribe and its traditions...
Utah rock art canyon up for historic designation
Parts of a remote central Utah canyon decorated with ancient Indian art are being nominated for the National Register of Historic Places...
Remembering Native Americans — Beyond November
In November we first think of Thanksgiving, and as we Native Americans say, Thanksgiving is a time when we once again reflect upon all we have and the genocide it took to get it...
Abbe Museum’s online auction combines ancient Wabanaki arts and technology
Gale Courey Toensing
BAR HARBOR, Maine – People all over the country and beyond will have a unique opportunity to bid on the works of Wabanaki artisans during a first-of-its-kind online auction that co...
‘Enough is enough’
Benjamin H. Nuvamsa
A s the Hopi Tribe moves toward its 2009 general election, there are many issues the Hopi and Tewa voters need to learn about and consider before casting their votes...
Share a story at the Tribal Storytelling Festival
Pam Hughes, Today correspondent
PORTLAND, Ore. – No matter who you are or where you’re at, the stories elders pass down and those we acquire during our lifetimes cut to the chase...
Descendants of Crazy Horse, Sitting Bull attend Indigenous Peoples Days
Don Baumgart, Today correspondent
NEVADA CITY, Calif. – To highlight the tribe’s 10th annual Indigenous Peoples Days the Tsi Akim Maidu invited descendants of 18 noted Native Americans to join the celebration...
Educating our neighbors
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
Lakota scholar wins prestigious national fellowship
Rick Kearns, Today correspondent
L akota poet, scholar and educator Dr. Geraldine Mendoza Gutwein was awarded one of only 10 National Endowment for the Humanities Teaching Development Fellowships this year...
Continuing the Kennedy family legacy on Indian education
WASHINGTON – Forty years ago, it was the recently departed Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D-Mass., who asked to complete his brother’s work involving a survey of Indian education...
23.0 Fruit of my loins: Eggs, optimism and fatherhood
W ith every day that passes, I realize more and more that I have absolutely no clue how to be a dad. I act like I know though...
First Native American Studies graduate certificate online
Gale Courey Toensing
Student’s past buoys her future
R epeated visits to the doctor’s office; back-to-back seizures; prescription upon prescription and treatment upon treatment; so went the childhood of Jazmin Villaviencio...
Seven donors award $21,000 in Native scholarships
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – The Colorado Indian Education Foundation awarded 10 Native scholars $1,000 each in a ceremony at which Gov...
Monument Valley proud of Gates Millennium Scholarship students
Sam Laskaris, Today correspondent
KAYENTA, Ariz. – A Native high school in Arizona is rather proud of some of its recent graduates...
AKWESASNE, N.Y. – The U.S. military veterans of Akwesasne will be honored at a ceremony on Veteran’s Day, Nov...
NW Indian College to house library of famous Indian writer
Dean Kahn, The Bellingham Herald, Wash.
(MCT) – For now, the 2,000 or so books are stored in 96 boxes at Northwest Indian College , but in a few years they will fill a special reading room dedicated to Vine Deloria Jr...
Training for where the wild things are
Chester Allen, The Olympian
TENINO, Wash. (AP) – Fiona, a Mexican gray wolf, slowly curled her long, red tongue, but the rest of her sleek body was almost motionless...
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